Aftertime Lat/Long Grid Lines - What Will YOUR New Climate Be?

Konstantin, who gave us those wonderful animations of the Wobble, the 270 rolls, the 7 of 10 plate movements, the Last Weeks, the Pole Shift, and the New Geography, has also provided the grid lines superimposed on the New Geography. Check your new Lat/Long.

And a close-up of Europe:

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Comment by Ovidiu Pricopi on December 9, 2014 at 6:30am

"We have stated that due to the shift, a new geography will ensure, and a new climate for most lands. The shift happens within an hour, and rotation starts within a day after the shift, the monster planet causing the shift on its way rapidly. The largest influence on the climate of any given region is the sun, the degree of sunlight, whether this is experienced through clouds or a cloud-free sky. Thus, should those parts of the globe now experiencing winter get the summer sun, their climate would change rapidly, only being delayed by the frozen ground. The second largest influence is air and water currents that pass over or near the locale. For instance, where ice masses such as a pole are melting under the Equatorial sun, this cold water or air might flow over a land, cooling it considerably. A boy, sitting on a block of ice on a warm summer day, will be shivering, not sweating.

"Thus, South Africa might find itself with temperatures more like Spring than Summer, though virtually under the new Equator after the shift, due to the prevailing Westerly blowing cold air and running cold ocean current from the melting Antarctica. And likewise, Alaska, due to have a virtual tropical climate in the Aftertime, might find this takes a year to settle in firmly due to the melting of the North Pole ice and the prevailing westerly blowing air and ocean currents in their direction. Third largest influence is the state of the ground, as frozen ground takes some weeks to warm up, and warm ground days to freeze. Think of Spring, when the warm steady sun melts the ground, seemingly within days. Or of Fall, when a cold snap can put ice on the ponds and harden the ground, also within days.

"This influence is unlikely to last thus, for more than a week or two, with pockets of lingering heat or cold in the ground, not the air.

"Thus, the climate change should be assumed to be the target climate, not the climate being left behind."

Comment by Kris H on December 9, 2014 at 4:49am

It took a while to find, but some old ZT on "pivot points":

"A question about the pole shift: If you look at any rotating sphere you will see there two points on the surface with the slowest rotation speed. It means if the sphere stops rapidly these two points would take the lowest stress. So I wanted to ask - would during the big earthquake exist two points on the earth, where we will have the lowest damage?"


There is a myth that during the pole shift, there will be two spots on Earth where there is no movement, and thus no wind and no quakes. This is not even logical, if one would take the time to think this through. The reason this myth persists is that some people hope to escape the ravages of the pole shift. The whole Earth moves, so all plates are smashing into each other, and the atmosphere moves likewise without convenient little blockades to stop air flow, so the whole Earth experiences hurricane force winds as well.


Comment by Kris H on December 9, 2014 at 2:51am

There is a line that runs from New England, down through Louisiana/Texas border area, and down to Mexico City, where the latitudes don't change. They look like fulcrum points. I wonder if those areas have any advantage for surviving some aspects of the poleshift? Obviously the TX/LA border will be under water, but maybe less ground movement? Cape Town, South Africa might be a fulcrum point also. I'll have to look at some ZT. This is just me thinking out loud so far.

Comment by Howard on December 9, 2014 at 2:48am

This is also useful in determining post-PS growing seasons. Growing seasons for many land masses will change based on the New Geography. 

The new N. hemisphere will advance toward Fall and Winter (from the August position) while the new S. Hemisphere will advance toward Spring and Summer. 

Africa, Europe and Asia, for instance, will move into Spring & Summer following the PS when they formerly would have been moving into Fall & Winter.

Excellent work, as always, Konstantin. Thanks so much for all your hard work!

Comment by casey a on December 9, 2014 at 12:33am

Hey John, they would have to be 10 degrees apart. Adding up to a total of 90 from the equator to the north pole.

Comment by John Sheldon on December 8, 2014 at 9:08pm

Hi everyone, and thank you for this.  Can someone confirm the distance of the latitude lines in the picture above that shows the US?  Are the latitude lines 10 degrees or 15 degrees apart?  Just trying to determine the latitude post PS in Colorado.  Today we are around 40 degrees in Denver/Boulder.  Post PS it appears we may be closer to the equator.  Much gratitude to all.  In love and light...

Comment by Ray Chenhall on December 8, 2014 at 8:33pm

This is magnificent.   Excellent work Konstantin!

Comment by Corey Young on December 8, 2014 at 7:45pm

Thanks Again!!

Here is a picture for quick reference when looking at the work Konstantin put together. I used it to reference points in the world with a similar latitude / longitude to what my area of the world will be in along the equator after the pole shift:


Comment by Rich Racosky on December 8, 2014 at 2:12pm

Great job and Thanks!

Comment by casey a on December 8, 2014 at 1:46pm

Thanks again. Looks like a great amount of effort has been put into getting the new geography to be coherent. What a great tool this will be when zetatalk starts catching fire (& perhaps even the aftertime). A work from Konstantin will be worth more than a Da Vinci. lol :)

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